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Right now school prep is in full swing, but around here it is still super hot outside! August is usually our hottest month, and with my family trying to make the most of the last weeks of Summer we have been spending a lot of time outdoors. It’s a lot of fun, but when we’re back inside all I want is to sit down with a cool treat. Since I’ve been on a popsicle kick lately, I thought I would share one of my new favorite frozen creations that takes almost no effort and features Silk Almond Milk plus their yummy new dairy free yogurt!
Yum, right? These are perfect for making with the kids, whipping up for a day at the pool or even as an after school snack. It’s packed with fruit, dairy free yogurt that has 6 grams of plant protein AND Silk Almond Milk. It’s a powerhouse of goodness that tastes awesome too! You already know how much I love anything Silk, and the big reason is because I’m in love with what they put into their products (and what they don’t). We drink Almond Milk every day – it has 50% more calcium than dairy milk with no cholesterol or saturated fat, and that’s something I think is awesome. We have been dairy milk free for about four years, and it was one of the best dietary decisions I think we’ve made as a family. Haven’t tried it for yourself? Go ahead – there are 7 different flavors to choose from!
So, now that I’ve got you drooling, here is what you will need:
- 1 cup Silk Almond Milk (vanilla)
- Silk Yogurt Strawberry
- Silk Yogurt Vanilla
- 5 strawberries
- 1 kiwi
- ½ cup pineapple
- Popsicle molds
To make these you will first need to divide your Silk Almond Milk – combine a third of it (1/3 cup) and your strawberries in a blender or food processor and pulse until you have a thick “smoothie” like texture. Next you will do the same step for your pineapple and then your kiwi.
Now set that aside, and in your popsicle mold add a small amount of Silk dairy free yogurt to the bottom. After that rotate small amounts of your fruit mixtures and vanilla dairy free yogurt until your molds are full. Your final step will be to take a fork and “dip” in and out of each one a few times to “tie dye” your colors. It doesn’t matter if it looks messy – that’s what makes it such a fun recipe! Pop them into the freezer for at least two hours and then enjoy!
These are just awesome! I think everything meshes really well together to give it a great flavor, and anything with frozen yogurt is a big win in my book! Want to try out different flavors? Swap out your vanilla dairy free yogurt for strawberry or blueberry – it’s delicious!
You can find everything you need for these fruit pops at Walmart.